Monthly Planet, Volume VIII Number IV, March 1987
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Vol. 8, Issue 4
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Western Washington University, Huxley College of the Environment
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Western Washington University
Writers: Denise Ackert, Ken Bennett, Judy Hockett, Amy Morrison, N.S. Nokkentved, Laurent Notarianni, Kim Washburn, Jim Wiggins; Photographer and Student Adviser: N. S. Nokkentved
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Table of Contents
Acid Rain in the Pacific Northwest by Laurent Notarianni
Paul Watson: Fighting to Save the Environment by N.S. Nokkentved
Waldorf Education: A Holistic Alternative by Denise Ackert
Puget Sound Water Quality by Jim Wiggins
Secondary Sewage: Who Needs It? By Kim Washburn
Clean Drinking Water Managing the Lake Whatcom Watershed by Judy Hockett
Food for Thought by Amy Morrison
Commentaries: Environmental Groups by N.S. Nokkentved
Frozen Assets in the Arctic by Ken Bennett
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Student publication, Ecology, Environmental Studies
Morrison, Amy and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "Monthly Planet, 1987, March" (1987). The Planet. 100.
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